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por espionaje... miles de estudiantes universitarios regresaran a clases en washington, pero recibiran un duro golpe en su economia.. y es que segun un informe, el costo para estacionarse en los planteles incrementara consideradamente... claudia uceda nos tiene los detalles.. daniel empieza su vida universitaria en la capital y aun no sabe si necesitara un auto. daniel aizenman/estudiante universitario " aun no tengo un plan, podria considerarlo." estos padres ya dejaron a su hijo en los dormitorios del campus de american university, ellos son conscientes que su hijo tendra que tomar decisiones. samuel aizenman/padre de daniel "me imagino que es el quien va a tener que lidiar con este costo. sabra si va a tener que tener carro, una bicicleta o nada ..." futuro que le puede costar muy caro a muchos estudiantes que llegan a la capital... ya que de acuerdo con la triple a los costos de los permisos para estacionar vehiculos en universidades han aumentado en algunos casos como un 80 porciento jeanette tejada/portavoz aaa "el estacionamiento es muy limitado y caro en washington dc..." el es
price tag. >> the "washington post," the city's legendary yet struggling newspaper sold to one of the country's wealthiest men, chairman jeff bezos. >> the "washington post" is is now owned by the head of amazon and its 14 print subscribers are already noticing one difference because the paper now comes in ludicrously wasteful packaging. but i will say they've made it much easier to return the news if you don't like it. still, this acquisition raises some big questions. first, how do you pronounce that guy's name? (pronouncing it differently n) i don't know. secondly, are you sure that this is a good investment? >> for 0 years the "washington post" has been owned by the grand family earning a reputation for top investigative journalism. but like most papers, it struggled over the past ten years. >> its circulation is half what it was in '93. >> it lost more than $50 million last year. >> john: oh, my god. i think i get it. this is just bezos' car wash. it's a front for a massive meth operation. say his name it's he euvment senbezos. so if this is not a money maker, w
in washington but first this report from jane ferguson. >> reporter: anti-military retestprotests in egypt has cha. they replace the demonstrations. here, around a thousand people gathered around the migathered . >> translator: i'm here to say no with an open chest. i know there are murders from the army and thugs with the police at any moment but i am standing here steadfast with us. >> reporter: the protests are daily now and they are noisy. they are in honor to protest and to avoid the serious crack downs. on tuesday, the anti-coup alliance says it has a new tactic to try to maintain. >> translator: the situation in this is tense what we do in each area and also depends on the curfew. there's demonstrations. every government has its own. some you will find -- the change in protests. >> reporter: the presidential candidate, the country called terrorism. that's the way those supporting the military-led government have been referring to those opposed to them. >> translator: issue needs to be raised. will anyone accept egypt to be a victim of a terrorism. this is the issue, egypt will not accep
leaking from that plant. >>> and legalized pot in washington is turning into a very big business. how everyone from pot growers and sellers to the state government are reaping the rewards. >> fire officials in idaho say they have turned the dyed against the wildfire near sun valley. they cleared the way for hundreds of people in that area to return home meanwhile, across the western u.s. thousands of firefighters are working to bring 50 other wildfires under control. at this point the fires have been contained in colorado bringing the total number of states involved to ten. we have more with what they're up against. >> it's dawn, and just 37 degrees. some 240 men and women are preparing for another day on the fire line. grabbing a quick coffee and breakfast before the morning briefing. cole is the person in charge here. he's the branch director of the fire, the number one firefighting priority in the country. his job description, employ the troops, keep them safe and try to beat the fire. >> to be able to come out ahead of this. it's weakened, and we have a chance to go after it. >> s
the executive order. she was moved by the demonstration takes place in washington. that needs to be continue and it needs to be redoubled. [applause] >> i'm just adding that i'm reminded of a story of franklin roosevelt meeting with organized labor and oval office, and he said whether or not -- i said we have a -- make me do it. put the pressure on. president obama gets pressured bay lot of people, as you may have noticed. he has a lot on his platter. this is not the biggest issue facing him right now. the issue has to be brought up that indicates that the public cares about him. you make a fuss. you make as much noise as you can. again, keep your eyes on the prize and figure out what the prize is. what is the message you want to get out there? and i was watching documentary on public television the '60s in d.c. again last night. walter told a story how he was in charge of the sound at the washington march, and on the -- he was 28 years old. they gave him the job because he was dispensable. if he screwed it up. [laughter] get out of here! and the night before the march, the sound man calls u
other neighborhood and musical events we host and the chief and i were in washington, d.c. in concert with all if you have provided in those events inform put forth our need for federal support. we're going to continue that effort it's hard in this era sequestration. and i think the public and visitor to our city deserve safety. so also as a result of board president chiu and in constant conversation with our d e m along with the police and fire chief we want to signal to you to make sure our radio systems are updated right away our system is 13 years old a he if you're already on your cell phone you're on the third ongoing years of the changing. we need this up grating we've learned that communication is the first thing we depend upon. and our emergency facilities are necessarily and we'll outline a specific timeframe for that to happen. we're already working on radio systems and the ata and the agencies want to be connected the police and fire and the emergency responders have to have a radio system we can depend on that about so next week we have the gone gate exercise and we're re
perez. o'bryan.teve ♪ tot: good morning, welcome "the washington journal." we are in the waning days of a congressional recess and members of congress are gearing up for this fall's legislative agenda. a question for all of you this morning, what is your message to house and senate lawmakers as they prepare to turn to -- returned to washington next month. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for democrats, 202-585-3880. for independents, 202-585-3882. also send as a tweet, if you go to or post your comments on or e-mail us at a piece this morning from janet hauck, a town hall meetings happening across the country, this is what she reports -- of color that is a bit on what is happening in town hall meetings across the country. here on c-span we have been those town hall meetings and if you are interested in watching them, you can go to before we came up live here we were showing you a recent town hall meeting with congressman justin [indiscernible] a republican who many of you know is against the nsa program. nsa,
for the weekend. cooler pattern for the weekend. >> 74 right now in washington. 73 this new york city. a little cooler north and west. columbus is 62 and binghamton 60 degrees. we're on the warm side of things. we'll watch the temperaturese warm up to the 80s andnd eventually upper 80s near 90. 9. much like yesterday. yesterday turned to a nice day.d a little t bit of cloudiness tos start your day. it's holding back the follow fol vegment which is good newsews because yesterday we had localll very dense fog.. still a possibility before sunrise. we coll see fog develop. particularly if you are a viewer to the west bewareuld encounter thick, dense fog without much notice.ce. otherwise partly sunny today ant could be a scattered shower or thunderstorm this afternoon as we heat up the atmosphere.tmos warm and humid. 88 is the high. >> thank you tucker. time now 20 check in with julie wright and get an update on the morning commute.morn >> we're starting off quiet this so far without issue for folks headed around the capitol beltway. you will find your lanes are open if y
of third rails. it's why you can't urinate anywhere in the washington d.c. area without getting electrocuted. that's true. that's a fact. the problem is that every single part of the tax code is in there because someone wanted it to be. if you as a politician even considered taking one out, its backers will make you pay. so you've got to think twice before going up against big hedge funds, big oil or big chicken poop. they'll get you. and what's more it's probably not just their current jobs that lawmakers are trying to protect. it's also their much more lucrative future jobs. >> in 1974, only 3% of retiring members of congress became lobbyists. today that number is 42% from members of the house and 50% for senators. >> john: i never thought i would say this: but washington really had so much more integrity back in the watergate era. ( applause ) look, all i'm saying is nowadays our lawmakers are so chicken [bleep] you could get a tax break for setting them on fire. that's not the point. here's the crazy thing. they're not wrong to be scared. which is why the credit must go here
but i know some hollywood folk. and i've met a lot of washington people. and which do you think is is more self-centered hollywood or washington because it's been said that washington is just hollywood for unattractive people. which do you think is more of an ooky society to be in? >> i get to live in both worlds so i really get the best of the ickiness. >> stephen: how would you compare, well, the selfishness, that is inherent in in hollywood and the selfishness that unfortunately is endemic in washington? >> here's the great thing. i moved to london ten years ago so i wouldn't have to in the selfishness of hollywood. and we shoot in baltimore so we're not really in d.c. so i kind of managed to avoid it all. >> stephen: did you ever run into those guys from "the wire"? have you heard of those guys from the wire? >> and they were canceled. look, it's been fascinating watching how people in washington -- because i've met a number of the actual people who do this job, kevin mccarthy who is the majority whip and steny hoyer who is the minority whip. >> stephen: are you modeled on a
at the march on washington 50 years on. tonight, reflections from one of its organizers, congresswoman eleanor holmes norton. >> it was startling to see so many people come. and i remember standing at the lincoln memorial, looking out. look, looking out was what was the sight for me, because i could not see the last person. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> suarez: the syrian government pounded rebel areas outside the capital, damascus, early today, and antigovernment activists said some rockets included chemical weapons that killed hundreds of people. .(children shouting/crying) women and children shielded their faces with handkerchiefs. while victims-- writhing in pain-- gasped for air,some foaming at the mouth. these amateur videos-- all posted on social media websites and cannot be i
, fredricksburg as well. some could be locally on the dense side. temperatures, 73, washington, upper 60s dulles, bwi marshall 70°. upper 80s. maybe few of us will get to 90. around the corner, slightly cooler air for the weekend, at least less humid. later this afternoon pop up showers and storms. 88, warm and humid. >> tropical, makes you think you are on vacation. >> maybe if you have a nice beachy drink, maybe julie knows about those. >> maybe the ones with the umbrellas or flamingos. [laughter]. southbound i-95 lingering construction. this isn't a good thing. said they are going to clear out by 6:00. southbound i-95 overnight construction tying up two right lanes, unusual delay out of dale city. northbound i-95, traffic approaching quantity co. headed into centerville, lanes or open between anna dale and marefield. all of your lanes here are open. light traffic volume for those coming inbound leaves northeast. southbound 270 headed out to -- southbound 295 coming in out after laurel, easy drive coming in from trader joes headed out to the beltway. that is a check of your fox 5 on time traf
a remarkable op-ed in the tennessean defending governing and bipartisanship. wrote, washington needs more, not fewer, conservatives who know how to govern. i know if you only have 45 votes and you need 60 senators to get something important done, like balancing the budget, then you have to work with other people. that is, if you really care about solving the problem. if you really want to get it resolved instead of just making a speech. as presidential hopefuls start trekking to iowa, the republican chairman of iowa's largest county switched its party registration to independent. in his resignation letter, the polk county chairman write, i'm disappointed with the republican party at the national level. i'm disappointed with the republican party at the statewide level. i'm disappointed with the republican party at the countywide level. helping a dysfunctioning party that does not want to address its problems is enabling it. this fight between the establishment and money wing of the gop and the tea party has taken place behind the scenes. it's clear now that many believe they should fight b
just blown a fuse. turns out the facts got in the way. >>> plus the march on washington 50 years later. we'll take you behind the scenes before the march when the skeptics and the cynics were telling dr. king to slow down. >> instead of slowing up, we must push at this point and we must continue to move on. and i'm convinced that our moving on will not only help the negro cause so to speak, but the whole of america. >>> also what's on your mind? e-mail me. friend or foe i want to know. reply al is ahead. i'm live from california tonight. stay with us. [ man ] this isn't my first career. but it might just be my favorite. [ female announcer ] welcome to the new aarp. we're ready to help you rediscover purpose and passion with programs like life reimagined to inspire you and connect you, resources to help turn your goals and dreams into real possibilities. aarp, an ally for real possibilities. find new tools and ideas for work, money, health and fun at >>> have you joined the "politicsnation" conversation on facebook yet? we hope you will. many of our facebook fans
washington. keith ward, and carl walter [speaker not understood]. >>> hi, good evening. i have a letter addressed to the board that -- >> i'm sorry, your name? >>> sure, my name is carl walter. i'm an organizer for service employees international, united service workers west, and we represent 40,000 security officers, janitors, airport service workers, and an allied entertainment division across the state of california. i'd like to thank you for allowing me the time to speak to you this evening. and begin by acknowledging the enormous responsibility that all of you share to ensuring the quality of education for the children of san francisco and to have a brighter future for tomorrow. i'm here tonight this evening to talk to you about the contract for security services that went out to bid recently in the district. the district has utilized security services for over 12 years. securitaz is a union company. the union has worked for over a decade in san francisco and across the bay area to improve standards for security officers. ~ abc security is a signatory to our agreement and they bid
] [inaudible conversations] >> as we approach the 50th anniversary of the march on washington and martin luther king jr.'s i have a dream speech, the good jobs nation coalition hosts a discussion this afternoon on civil rights and economic inequality. speakers include civil rights leaders, labor activists and low-wage workers and the relevance of dr. king's vision today. it's live at 6 p.m. eastern here on c-span2. and tonight booktv in prime time continues. beginning at 8 eastern with jeff scherrer on a chain of thunder. at 9:05, ishmael beah talks about his second book, "radiance of tomorrow." at 9:20 from booktv in london, a discussion with biographer herr myny lee. and at 9:50 best with selling author hah led hosseini on his most recent book, "and the mountains echoed." booktv tonight at 8 eastern here on c-span2. >>> shifting gears to politics, democratic candidates running for new york city mayor take part in a debate ahead of the city's september 10th primary election. watch live coverage beginning at 6 eastern today on our companion network, c-span. >>> early on, you know, we said, okay
. a decision to cutoff aid would carry wide reprocushions. al jazeera, washington. >> he's the associate professor of literature. welcome. >> thank you. >> give me your rea*bs to what you're seeing in egypt today and in washington. what if the united states cuts aid. what would that mean? >> i think united states should cut aid it seems to me that aid mostly to american. military cooperations for one thing. it also goes directly in to the military which is a guanator in egypt. that's been the case for a while. it seems to me that is increasingly of the society. >> the fact that egypt has been historically a strong allie of the united states what does that mean are regard to this money? >> what it means is an allie of the united states should also follow the same kinds of values that the united states says. but if the united states is in fact going to be -- also the united states is at fault. >> it really isn't as simple as pro-morsi supporters. >> oh, absolutely. things in egypt are very complicated. there's contests for power among various in the country. each one wants to claim the ma
the developments here in washington, do you think, and what the u.s. is going to be doing? >> reporter: well, i think there is a lot of frustration with u.s. policy. it has been seen as incredibly inconsistent, that the united states backed mubarak for days. that after 18 days decided to up end that relationship and throw him under a bus. then they supported the military while it was in power, then supported the muslim brotherhood and has now been more or less supporting the government that has taken over in a coup but is threatening to withhold some aid. people here don't know which side the united states is on, what the united states stands for in egypt and both sides are blaming washington but at this point that's part of the egyptian frustration which is about the situation that's going on here. there is a natural tendency to reach out and blame washington for every problem that happens in this country. >> where are we now, richard, in umpiring this use or not use of chemical weapons in the fight in syria? >> yeah, i think what happened today in syria is more directly significant than the r
on getting things done in a washington where nothing is getting done, new jersey governor chris christie fashions himself the me type doer of a get it done guy, it has been working for christy in a blue state it worked for brown initially in a more blew -- blue state, now brown is raising the takeses beyond his home state. it more than00s of a rumble on the right, this is the battle to watch, the months and years ahead, that for soul of the republican party, because there are those who lookt chris christie, and maybe brown as too pregmatic, the critics say to give rand a hand into guys like these guys the finger, conservative argue such accommodate ores never make it to the presidency, should not, levin telling me they are bad for the party's future. >> they argue they have been too accommodating, what do you think of that? >> the republican party sadly is ossifying, it will turn into old wig party and into nothing. it does not stand for anything. this is going to be a problem going forward in terms of elections. neil: what is lost in this argument, someone will be elected president in 2
surveillance and human rights. on the next "washington journal," we'll discuss north carolina's new voter identification law in light of the supreme court's decision to strike down the parts of the voting rights act. our guest is myrna perez. we'll also be joined by lock heed martin vice president steve o'brien to discuss the uture of the company's joint strike fighter. the pentagon is planning to use more than 2,400 of the advanced technology aircraft in all branches of the military. at an estimated cost of $1.5 trillion. earlier this year on c-span's q&a d, a reporter discussed his trip to the lock heed martin ighter demonstration center. >> to sit in a flight simulator that they have. >> where? >> very interesting question. just across the river this crystal city, virginia. not more than a 10-minute car ride from capitol hill. and it's part of their flight demonstration center. it looks like a futuristic kind of museum and it's a place where not just journalists can go but members of congress and their staff members and other government officials. and so it's a chance to show off the v
the future . usepentagon is planning to advanced aircraft in all branches of the military. washington or lost arts tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern and everyday at 7:00 a.m.. tomorrow night, we will be bringing you the new york city mayor's with six candidates ,ncluding christine quinn anthony weiner. we will have live coverage beginning at 6:00 and the debate at 7:00 eastern. that will be a live simulcast. you can follow here on c-span and >> our series, first ladies, influence and image, season two, premieres monday, september 9. in august, we are bringing you encore performance -- one.ntations of season tonight, here on c-span, lucy hayes. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] ♪ >> it is so unfair to her. it is a dismissive, condescending title. it suggests she is smooth talking and her function in life was to not serve alcohol. lucy hayes is so much more. as was her husband. everything she accomplished in the white house was in spite of the fact her husband's legitimacy to be president was questioned. >> she
. >> thank you so much for inviting me, rachel. >> so seeing the "washington post" reporting on this today was the first i learned about it, and i don't totally understand. i feel like i have been waiting to hear some sort of national answer from democrats about a national strategy to combat what is obviously a national republican strategy to roll back voting rights. what exactly are you toidoing? >> what the american values first voting rights strategy, is a 50-state strategy to promote policies and legislation that will, you know, ease access to voting as well as opposing the myriad of voter suppression measures going on in the states. over 30 states right now have either passed legislation or are in the process of passing legislation that would make it more difficult for people to vote. we're talking about students. we're talking about the disabled. we're talking about elderly. we're talking about minorities. this is really a truly -- it's an attack upon, you know, american values and, you know, american rights. >> we have been reporting on that for years now in terms of these very aggr
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start ups. in washington d.c. they only hate you when your successful. then we're going to open it up to the audience. as - >> we work with people all over the united states. we have an intelligent to do that we're suppliers there and we get to them and explain the how and why and what to do. and that's another way to leverage our networks and our stories to be able to do that. and march for innovation that's a great thing it's allblast about how easy it is to do those things. i take every opportunity to be out there talking to people because numbers are great bs but as human nature it's better to put a face to a story and i encourage you to all do that. our start up was because we decided to get together and do that. he's from kansas and he takes every opportunity to talk about our stories. we have a network to make sure we keep going forward with this >> thank you we're going to go to questions from the audience. we're going to start with a few partners. first bob who's president and ceo of the san francisco chamber and if i'm not imposing too much we have others to the extent we
in washington is turning into a very big business. we'll show you how everyone from pot growers to sellers to state government are reaping the rewards. >> we'll show you how a failing school district is now a huge success and has become a model for schools nationwide. >> president obama honors some gridiron gates more than four decades after the winiest season in football history. >> al jazeera america, a new voice in american journalism. introduces america tonight. >> in egypt police fired tear gas -- >> a fresh take on the stories that connect to you. >> they risk never returning to the united states. >> we spent time with some members of the gangster disciples. >> recreational marijuana use is now legal in washington state, and that could mean big bucks not only for the people growing and selling the pot but for the state, which is going to tax it. we take a closer look at this very big business. >> somewhere in rural thurston county, jeff gilmore looks over this summer's crop of god bud. >> it's root stock of some of the oldest pot in washington. >> his marijuana roots run deep. >> mid
a washington state soldier willr be awarded the medal of honoronr next week. the purple heart recipient wasit served as a calvary scout in afghanistan. the army reports carter foughtr in one of war's deadliest fire fights a six hour battle. resupplied ammunition, fought enemy troops and risked his life to save a soldier. if you live in the district it's your lucky day. eleanor holmes norton is holding a job fair today. it's at the washington convention center and there are workshops from 10:00 to 11 a.m. and it runs from 11:00 to 3:00 p.m. this is a free event but you need to bring proof of a d.c. residency. more than 100 employers are federal, state and local companies are going to be there. >> as the redskins take on the bills saturday a question on o many fans minds is will kurt cousins play. he sprained his foot during the game against the steelers and the good news is x-rays show it's a mild sprain. no need to worry. while he may not be ready for f the game this weekend he ise i expected to play in a season opener in three weeks. remember this whole incident that before. pitcher who hit
: commander of the district of washington and joint force headquarters invited chief cathy lanier. >> we have a tremendous partnership with all the law enforcement partners throughout the nation's capitol. metropolitan police department is essential to all that we do in the capitol. >> we have an ongoing working relationship that i don't think most police stations have a chance to experience. a lot of good comes from it. >> reporter: d.c. watched as four platoons marched in unison and played star spangled banner. then chief cathy lanier presented the wreath. >> i was taken back about how emotional a ceremony it is. >> reporter: it is a partnership grown over inaugurations and official washington events solidified through shared experience and deep respect for duties honor and country. arlington national seminary will host these full army honors ceremonies honoring other partners in the region every month throughout this year. they are open to the public and trust me, they are impressive to witness. in arlington national cemetery, i am melanie alnwick, fox 5 news. >> i try to get the inside in
and economic inequality. the event is part of the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. live coverage at 6 p.m. eastern here on c-span2. >> on c-span's end core presentation of "first ladies". >> garfield went to chicago to announce somebody else for president, so, of course, lucretia had no expect nation that over the -- expectation that over the next five months 17,000 people would show up on her property. that many people, obviously, unexpected, uninvited started to cause a lot of damage to the outside of the property. we know that lucretia garfield was a very gracious host to people that were invited if, she would offer them during the campaign what she called standing refreshment which meant she was very gracious, offered them a cold glass of water or lemonade but conspicuously no chair to sit in was she didn't -- because she didn't want them to overstay their weekend. >> "first ladies" continues tonight at 9 ian on c-span. >> we have this 16-acre piece of land, we have so put something on it, or maybe not. of it was just an open-ended what do we do with it, right in and everyone
literacy and being able to connect that to what is happening in washington and happening more broadly in the financial community one of our surveys a few years ago they were unaware of the connections where the credit crisis came from and how they have impacted that. so i would agree that there are in many respects this is one area where focusing on financial literacy and connections might be very important. >> you are thinking about marching on washington because bill has now motivated us. and we are going to march to washington so we can change the future hell are you going to rally your votes? >> i feel like we have to do a lot of political and education. it sounds really basic and not super sexy but there is a whole so much information sharing and translation like when i talk about translation, my work for translation is translating the crazy language of this city to the rest of the folks outside the city. it's not about any language which -- [laughter] the constant work of having to translate to the best of the world i feel like we need to do that anymore the number of ways it is
to washington, d.c., and immediately, boom. rather than them representing us in washington, they represent the federal government to us and they try to convince us to go along. i've had it. you've had it. millions of us have had it. >> going to take a break. more with the great one, mark levin. his new book is in bookstores everywhere. later tonight, a new controversial psa is going after the stand your ground laws. it re-enacts the night trayvon martin was killed. we're going to play that for you. you get to pick tonight's video of the day. one, a video put out by louisiana senate senator elbert gilroy. >> only capitalism can break the shackles of poverty and rise into the middle class. this is what we call the american dream. >> want to see the rest of that message? logon to more with the great one as we continue. [ school bell rings ] ♪ school's out [ male announcer ] from the last day school, back to the first. they're gonna write a lot. so make sure they've got somewhere to write it. this ek only get composition books for a dime. staples has it. staples. th
. and annoy a finale john has been an educateor he has been performing at the washington, d.c. on may 9th. ladies and gentlemen, the gentleman john james. >> i have to perform two pizza lovers song and you'll never walk alone it pays contribute attribute to my family to my grandparents and daughter four generates but to the immigrants and american born. so i'm going to begin with the butterfly love song. long before shakespeare wrote this there's a famous chinese leniently who are forces to separate and die of traffic circumstances and return to life as butterflies. from that legion there's a chinese melody that originated from all the women in 1923 and that chinese melody later became the theme for the butterflies violin concerto. i honor this from china representing the generation of my grand parents who were chinese immigrants in the united states. i trofrm this in an expression of my own. >> don't confuse me. (clapping). ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ in ma ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ in (clapping) >> after my father died
for the 50th anniversary of the march in washington. hi, scott. >> robert griffin iii talks about his health and last week's comments taken out of context straight ahead. >> 202-895-3000 fox 5 tip line, you can send us an e-mail to we'll be right back.  >> it is a short week for the redskins, just three days before the third pre-season game at redskins park. >> robert griffin iii spoke to the media and scott smith on deck with what he had to say. >> reporter: he went full speed against the starting defense. last week he went full speed against the scouting defense. griffin talked about about his meeting with dr. james andrews monday night and the doc examined his knee after 90 minutes, everything looks good and told the stay the course. griffin says his eyes are set on philly. being healthy is on good mechanics and could come at any point. last week's big talker that made the national media circuit saying there might be friction between he and shanahan. >> it sucks. i sat down and talked about to a few people, do i stop being who i am and honest and giving y
is watching. just how far the nsa's spying capabilities go on the internet. live from washington with the latest details. good morning elizabeth. >> in a report we are learning in the wall street journal it disemployees a much more expansive image we are talking the capacity to have access to three fourths of all u.s. internet traffic. its filters it in major junctions in the u.s. it does so in conjunction with the telecom company. it is designed to look at communications that originate or end abroad. officials say the broad reach will be incidentally interce intercepted. the programs do have code names such as brarn knee lithium storm brew and others. it defends the practices as legal and respectful of the privacy. if communications are represented during the lawful activities the agency follows minim minimalzation and designed to protect the privacy of united states persons. last week we learned the nsa preached privacy rules and over stepped the legal authority thousands of times over since 2008 when is when congress granted new powers. >> confusion over what the u.s. plans to
, a conservative organization. not a right wing one. and the washington examiner a bit to the right of that with news stories saying people on the republican right are planning to step back from a government shutdown but to proceed to an escalation, defaulting on the national debt. that would be their threat. they would cut off if they could. and therefore of course default. what do you think of this? >> bad to worse, chris. i don't know. if you thought that holding the debt ceiling hostage was a bad idea, if you thought a continuing resolution holding that hostage was a bad idea, you'll hate this one. republican elders said we cannot hold the country hostage, we can't hold the budget hostage on defunding obama care. it's never going to work. the debt ceiling is an even worse idea. as the national review reported, house leadership is engaged in political wink wink kabuki theater where they have to entertain every single harebrained idea that the right flank has to placate them. the question is, at the end of the day, can they bring them back from the brink. i think over the bush tax
washington, d.c., detroit and chicago. have the highest gun murder rates in the entire country. we also know the converse that in areas of the country where gun control is relatively lax, crime rates go down. an armed society is a safer society. that's a different question than the police in stop and frisk. >> that's not necessarily true. in texas, they have you know, you can carry and it's fairly easy to acquire a gun legally. but houston is -- you know, it's a dangerous place because you have got a lot of that what we were talking about. the neighborhoods that are out-of-control. that's where all the crime begins. do you believe stop and frisk, colmes, is racial profiling? >> the way they do it in new york is i'm not against stop and frisk and neither is the court. the court way it's being implemented in new york in newark where they're every month putting on line who is being stopped. racial -- what race they are and complete transparency that's the way to do it. and civil libertarians. >> bill: have an officer who stops somebody do what? >> write down how are stopping. write down the rac
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